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Ranking 666/833 ?
Player Type Media Player (Realtek)
Chipset Family Realtek 1xx3 (2009) ?
Chipset Model Realtek 1283 @ 0.4Ghz Single Core
Chipset Rating 2 /5 ?
Storage Internal 3.5" SATA (1) eSATA (1) USB (2)
Network 10/100 Optional Wi-Fi(n) ?
Size No info Fan Yes
Video Outputs HDMI Component Composite
Audio Outputs HDMI Stereo Analog TOSLINK Coaxial
DVD ISO Yes Blu-Ray ISO No info
Youtube /Datage HDPro-DMB
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There are 6 comments
February 25, 2011 - 07:33
A new firmware for the HDpro DMB was publish recently and really upgrade this player quality. The UI (user interphase) was redesign to looks better and setting is now more user friendly. Firmware: YG_20110110-v8.0.3.r1399 www.datage.com
January 10, 2011 - 02:22
Bought the poor cousin of this one, the Datage HDPro-H1 which does not record. As Kelly above stated, an excellent product, very similar to my AC Ryan HD player.
The main drawback is some Chinese chars on the remote (again very similar to the AC Ryan's), and it has no "copy" option in the main menu, you have to push a button to get this menu option. But then other functions like the << and >> buttons layout is much better.
Overall a nice product in solid aluminum, IMHO a better HW package than the AC Ryan, with English support the main drawback. Will see how soon a SDK v 4 firmware will be available, last FW update was Oct and Nov last year, so FW and bug fix support seems to be pretty active.
December 27, 2010 - 07:55
I downloaded the wrong firmware, can anyone tell me if I can reset the device again to the original firmware?
December 28, 2010 - 17:14
Switch off the power and push power button. While pushing the button switch on the power and hold power button untill firmware will start loading again. Of course You have to stick pen drive with firmware (.bin file)
February 25, 2011 - 03:46
Have you got your player running yet ? Otherwise email to firstname.lastname@example.org , maybe he can help.
October 13, 2010 - 05:29
I have handled or tested numerous Chinese Media player and would like to comment that this model deserve an A+ distinction. Built is uniquely neat and solid, video quality is awesome and user frendly enough. The UI was carefully plan out almost similar to that of the PS3. There is even a led display on file info running. There are more goodies than what i talk about, check this out if you happen to see in store. I bet you love it.
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